Training and Education Command


Training and Education Command

United States Marine Corps

Quantico, VA
Unit News

July, 2006

Pride in honoring those who served July 11, 2006 — With the smell of gunpowder in the air and the sound of "Taps" ringing in everyone's ears, Marines fold the flag slow and meaningfully. A family watches as they wipe tears from their eyes and prepare to bid their final farewells to their loved one. After the chaplin gives the eulogy, Cpl. Shaun Oates, barracks manager/police sergeant, Headquarters MORE
Military police crack down on traffic regulations July 11, 2006 — Depot traffic safety is becoming more important as violations of regulations continue to increase, said Master Sgt. Timothy Jenkins, staff non-commissioned officer in charge, Provost Marshal's Office. "The most common kind of violation [on Parris Island] is speeding," said Jenkins. "Forty-one percent of all traffic violations for this year have MORE
Military Parents of Special Needs Children is here to help July 10, 2006 — With more than 200 children in the Tri-Command area on the Exceptional Family Members list, groups have cropped up to give support for families with special needs in any way that they can. One such group is the Military Parents of Special Needs Children, which is constantly evolving to garner more awareness and support for the families it helps. MORE

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